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Brassica oleracea, (Circa 1800's) Very hardy & Sturdy, It is said that this old Heirloom variety originated from a cross between a kale and a brussels sprout and was then re-crossed with purple sprouting broccoli. It produces a steady supply of tasty, attractive, green leaves with purple stems throughout the winter but unlike other kales, this is followed by a secondary crop of side shoots in early spring. (Similar & often confused with Thousand headed Kale), it's also a good source of vitamin A, potassium, & calcium, This is a very hardy and sturdy 'Short-lived perennial'. , Seed Count Approx - 50 to 60 avg
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